Week 2

All-Met Watch: Football 2013

The number of weeks that a player has appeared on the All-Met Watch is in parentheses.

Briar Woods QB Trace McSorley
(Richard A. Lipski/For The Washington Post)


QB Trace McSorley (1)

Briar Woods, 6-1, 190, Jr.

Vanderbilt recruit amassed 295 total yards and four touchdowns to lead the Falcons for their 32nd straight win against Loudoun County.

RB Nigel Beckford (1)

Episcopal, 5-7, 185, Sr.

Carried the ball 34 times for 313 yards and five touchdowns in Episcopal's 48-28 win against Flint Hill.

RB Sterling Dailey (1)

Stone Bridge, 5-10, 180, Sr.

Rushed for a season-high 187 yards and three touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 45-35 victory against Langley.

RB Taiwan Deal (1)

Damascus, 6-3, 205, Sr.

Speedy Wisconsin commit rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries in DeMatha's 41-6 win against St. Frances.

WR Garrett Collier (1)

Langley, 6-2, 175, Sr.

Snagged a career-high 14 catches for 219 yards and two touchdowns in a 45-35 loss to Stone Bridge on Thursday.

WR Jordan Crockett (1)

McNamara, 5-8, 160, Sr.

Had eight catches for 205 yards and three touchdowns; added a 43-yard rushing touchdown in a win over Silver Oak Academy.

WR Marquis Rowe (2)

O'Connell, 5-9, 170, Sr.

Continued his early-season tear with three catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns in the Knights' 33-20 win against St. Christopher's.

OL Jake Hawk (2)

Meade, 6-6, 285, Sr.

Navy recruit had four pancakes and paved the way for a 308-yard rushing attack in a 45-22 win over South River.

OL Sam Mustipher (2)

Good Counsel, 6-4, 290, Sr.

Notre Dame recruit opened holes along the line to help the Falcons rush for 330 yards during a 21-3 win against Calvert Hall.

OL Richie Petitbon (1)

Gonzaga, 6-5, 280, Jr.

Recorded three pancakes and helped lead the way for the Eagles' 253 rushing yards in Saturday's win against Georgetown Prep.

OL Kendall Trautz (1)

Falls Church, 6-2, 260, Jr.

Has played an instrumental role in the Jaguars' 2-0 start and Dieon Dupont's (257 yards, five touchdowns) on the ground.

K Christian Orellana (1)

Stuart, 5-8, 195, Jr.

Connected on field goals from 25, 27 and 35 yards out in Stuart's 22-16 loss to Annandale on Thursday.

On the bubble

Quarterbacks: Zach Abey, Spalding, Sr.; Antoine Brooks, DuVal, Soph.; Devin Butler, Douglass, So.; Tyler Crounse, Patuxent, Jr.; Sam Ellis, Wootton, Jr.; Michael Galvan, O'Connell, Jr.; Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Travon McMillian, Hylton, Sr.; Chuck Reese, Rockville, Jr.; Will Ulmer, St. John's, Sr..

Running backs: Reggie Corbin, Gonzaga, Jr.; Terrance Davenport, DuVal, Sr.; Marquel Dickerson, North Point, Sr.; Kyle Evans, Meade, Sr.; Marcus Hicks, Old Mill, Sr.; Kevin Joppy, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Issac Murray, Atholton, Sr.; Demornay Pierson-el, West Potomac, Sr.; Noah Reimers, Tuscarora (Va.), Sr.; M.J. Stewart, Yorktown, Sr.; Gabriel Sutherland, McLean, Sr.; Tyler Thrasher-Walker, Westfield, Sr.; A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.; Solomon Vault, Gaithersburg, Sr.; Joe Wilson, Robinson, Sr.

Wide receivers: A.J. Alexander, Lake Braddock, Jr.; Devon Burns, Westfield, Sr.; Jalen Christian, Damascus, Sr.; Elliott Davis, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Trevon Diggs, Wootton, Soph.; Jeremy Epstein, Bullis, Sr.; Sam Gallahan, St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, Sr.; Demetrius Johnson, Annapolis Area Christian, Sr.; Delonte Matthews, Dunbar, Jr.; Cameron Phillips, DeMatha, Sr.; Micah Till, Wise, Sr.; Marquise Watts, North Point, Sr.

Offensive linemen: Quarvez Boulware, Friendship Collegiate, Jr.; Matthew Burrell Jr., Hylton, Jr.; Jared Coker, Briar Woods, Sr.; Nate Davis, Stone Bridge, Sr.; Justin Herron, Bullis, Sr.; Sam Madaras, Good Counsel, Sr.; Damian Prince, McNamara, Sr.; Isaiah Prince, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jr.; Brock Ruble, DeMatha, Sr.

Kickers/punters: Connor Bouveron, Westfield, Jr.; Ben Cima, Gonzaga, Sr.; Conor Feehan, Battlefield, Sr.; Cory Huddleston, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Turner Kim, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; Zach Snyder, Whitman, Sr.; Darko Stansic, Mount Vernon, Jr.

Northwest DB Rodney Snider
(Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post)


DL Jesse Aniebonam (2)

Good Counsel, 6-5, 240, Sr.

Maryland recruit recorded two sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss and helped the Falcons hold Calvert Hall to minus-36 rushing yards in Friday's win.

DL Todd Hill (1)

Freedom-Woodbridge, 6-1, 225, Sr.

Hill sacked Battlefield QB Matt Gallagher three times in the Eagles' 21-10 win over the Bobcats Saturday.

DL Darin Hungerford (1)

Forest Park, 5-9, 225, Sr.

Hungerford tallied two sacks, two tackles for a loss, and six total tackles as the No. 18 Bruins defeated Stonewall Jackson 21-3.

LB Levon Livingston (2)

Ballou, 6-7, 270, Jr.

Recorded four tackles and two sacks in a 21-0 loss against Douglass. Livingston has eight sacks in the Knights first three games.

LB Jawhaun Bentley (2)

DeMatha, 6-3, 249, Sr.

Anchored the Stags defense with nine tackles and an interception return for a touchdown in a win against St. Frances.

LB Mike Henry (1)

Patuxent, 5-10, 185, Sr.

Helped hold off Chopticon with 19 total tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks.

LB Deonte Jackson (1)

H.D. Woodson, 6-1, 212, Sr.

Recorded 12 tackles, forced and recovered a fumble in a loss to St. Edwards (Ohio), marking his third consecutive contest with double-digit tackles.

LB Diondre Wallace (1)

Arundel, 5-11, 210, Jr.

Wallace had 9 1/2 tackles, forced a fumble and also ran for an offensive touchdown in the Wildcats' 24-14 loss to Old Mill.

DB Alec Perez (1)

Sherwood, 5-8, 180, Sr.

Intercepted three passes to help the Warriors hold off Blair in a 27-22 win on Thursday.

DB Rodney Snider (1)

Northwest, 5-9, 151, Sr.

Picked off a pass and returned it 62 yards for the go-ahead score in the Jaguars' win against Richard Montgomery on Thursday.

DB Omar Truitt (1)

St. John's, 5-11, 178, Sr.

Iowa recruit returned an interception 96 yards for a touchdown and ran back a kickoff 91 yards for another score in a win over Roman Catholic.

DB Perrin Turner (1)

North Point, 5-7, 125, So.

Turned an interceeption into a 23-yard touchdown during the Eagles' first win of the season against Northern on Saturday.

On the bubble

Defensive line: Jemal Averette, Good Counsel, Sr.; Kamonte Carter, Gaithersburg, Jr.; Jeremiah Clarke T.C. Williams, Sr.; Gary Gross, Douglass, Sr.; Da'Shawn Hand, Woodbridge, Sr.; Deonte Holden, DeMatha, Sr.; Keiron Howard, Potomac (Md.), Jr.; J.J. Jackson, Woodgrove, Sr.; Logan Kirby, River Hill, Sr.; Dwight Lomax, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Kareem McDonald, Wilson, Jr.; Adam McLean, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Tim Settle, Stonewall Jackson, Jr.

Linebackers: Josh Ammon, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Malik Carney, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Jerome Dews, Potomac (Md.), Sr.; Dae'Juan Funderburk, Friendship Collegiate, Sr.; Santoni Graham, O'Connell, Sr.; Kevin Hankton, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Michael Hildebrand, Broadneck, Sr.; Brian McCourt, Huntingtown, Jr.; Alameen Murphy, Friendly, Sr.; Matthew Robinson, Flint Hill, Jr.; Zuri Page, Douglass, Sr.; Hudson Sullivan, Bishop Ireton, Sr.; Kobie Walker, Good Counsel, Sr.; Diondre Wallace, Arundel, Jr.; Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr.

Defensive backs: Marcus Allen, Wise, Sr.; Chuck Davis, Broad Run, Jr.; Joshua Gills, Northwest, Sr.; Marcus Hicks, Old Mill, Sr.; Diamente Holloway, Sidwell Friends, Sr.; DuWayne Johnson, H.D. Woodson, Jr.; Marcel Joly, Forestville, Sr.; Kamrin Moore, O'Connell, Sr.; Raeshawn Smith, Chantilly, Sr.; Jalen Tabor, Friendship Collegiate, Sr.; Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr.; Miles Taylor, Gonzaga, Sr.; Jamal Woodland, DuVal, Sr.

Published Sept. 16, 2013.